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Antonio Brown makes his way back from NFL purgatory with an assist from Tom Brady

2 monthes ago   |   By Boston Herald

Antonio Brown lasted all of 11 days in New England because he couldn't behave like a law-abiding citizen and exist within the rules laid out by Bill Belichick and Robert Kraft.
A year later, with most teams uninterested in getting involved with the troubled wide receiver and the baggage he carries, the Buccaneers reached out and reeled him in.
They took a chance, because, as the narrative goes, Tom Brady believed in him, and wanted him.
Listening to Brady on a video conference call Wednesday, he said he's always felt an urge to help players, whether they're outcasts or otherwise. Then...
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